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Dylaney Sabino (right) and Caitlin O’Brien (left) sing at the spring Coffeehouse their freshmen year.

The power of song

by Abby Stern, Staff Writer February 7, 2019

High school is a cesspool of angst and emotions, and students have to find ways to express these complex feelings.  Common examples of this include playing sports, participating in theatre, painting,...

Coffeehouse emcees Rachel Goldberg, Cat Merkle, and Caroline Geoghegan introduce the next act. These three senior hosts also serve as editors-in-chief for Mobius.

Students impress audience at Coffeehouse forty five

by Abby Stern, Staff Writer December 10, 2018

Students showcased their artistic talents last Thursday, December 6 at the first Coffeehouse of the school year.  Coffeehouse is a biannual performance where students share their original poetry, prose,...

The power of the art elective

The power of the art elective

June 14, 2018

There are three identities that most directly impact my current (and future) academic careers. I am a Glen Rock High School student, I am mentally ill, and I am a self-described artist. These three...

Emcees Madie Jones and Luke Blomstrom introduce the next act. Both Jones and Blomstrom also performed.

Forty fourth Coffeehouse strengthens school tradition

by Caroline Geoghegan, Staff Writer May 4, 2018

Something has changed in the cafeteria. The usual blinding lights are now dimmed. Tables have been folded up and put away, with rows of chairs being placed to face an arrangement of stools, each paired...

Emcees Madie Jones, Luke Blomstrom, and James O'Rourke introduce the next act.

Coffeehouse 43 delights audience and performers

by Caroline Geoghegan, Staff Writer December 11, 2017

The Mobius Art and Literary magazine hosted its 43rd Coffeehouse on Thursday, Dec. 7. The event allows students to display their artistic talents, whether it be through singing, playing an instrument,...

Teenagers are influenced by music that they listen to on a  daily basis

Effects of music on teenagers

by Oliva Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer May 4, 2016

It’s a part of everyday life. Music is everywhere. It shapes the way people act and changes their appearance, especially for teenagers. Students listen to music on their phones or on the radio in the...

Pinegrove, a band who started out DIY and gained moderate mainstream success.

DIY ethics and mainstream success

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor April 25, 2016

The terms “DIY (Do It Yourself)” and “mainstream” are rarely used in the same sentence. Many DIY musicians and bands do not see mainstream success, so these terms almost never go hand and...

The most recent NDE Rad Jams & Good Vibes logo.

NDE Rad Jams and Good Vibes: Building a Community

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor April 6, 2016

About a hundred heads gather in a small, hot venue. It is the basement of a building in Montclair, New Jersey, that houses a fancy French restaurant on the first floor and apartments above that. There...

David Bowie performing in Chilé.

Saying goodbye to deceased rockstars

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor January 14, 2016

Over the past couple of months, three very innovative, influential, and incredible rock musicians have died. Those musicians being the lead singer of pivotal 90s grunge band Stone Temple Pilots, Scott...

Lou Barlow and Eric Gaffney of Sebadoh at Webster Hall, 2007 tour.

Requesting a song

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor December 23, 2015

Going to a concert is a common way for young people to spend their weekend nights or any night their favorite band is playing. Going to these shows as a high schooler provides a completely different experience...

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